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(1)Section eight of the Act of 1924 shall be amended as follows, that is to say:—
(a)in subsection (4) thereof after the word “is” where this first occurs there shall be inserted the words “for any purpose”; and
(b)after the said subsection (4) the following subsection shall be inserted:—
“(5)Note 1 to Schedule D to this Act shall apply to a reference competently made to any deed for reservations, real burdens, conditions, provisions, limitations, obligations and stipulations affecting lands and to the form of such reference given in Schedule H of the Conveyancing (Scotland) Act, 1874.”
(2)In Note 1 to Schedule D to the Act of 1924 after the words “a particular description” there shall be inserted the words “or to a Deed containing reservations, real burdens, conditions, provision, limitations, obligations and stipulations affecting lands”.
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